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Author's Demise heroine, Lana Anderson tells her side today!

Welcome to my world. I'm being stalked by a killer because I approve romance novels. Just because there are murder scenes in them, it doesn't give the creep the right to kill my authors using the same methods they write about nor to terrorize me. When Brett Colton came into my life, I finally felt safe for the first time in months, yet even then, the psycho worked harder to increase my fears. Imagine finding things on your doorstep that sent willies up your spine and receiving quotes from Shakespeare to make your skin crawl. Brett tends to distract me from all that and accepts me for who I am as well as enjoying my psychic abilities. That is, until he finds himself the recipricant of them. Then he gets pissed! Yet when he kisses me my toes curl. He's such a passionate alpha male. I know he'll save me in the end, though I plan on saving him and everyone else who's in danger first. I guess we'll just have to wait and see if I survive long enough to share my

My HERO, Brett Colton Visits Us

Good day everyone. I suppose I should introduce myself first before we get down to the meat of my story. I'm an undercover cop, hired to protect the CEO of Brinkman-Bonnette Publishing from a Shakespeare quoting serial killer. It's my gut instinct that someone who works next to Lana Anderson is murdering the firms celebrated authors using the methods the authors write about in their books. The first time I met Lana, I had no idea who she was since she was standing in a lobby of the building that housed the Brinkman-Bonnette offices. I was trying to escape from a previous client's goon who was following me. To look inconspicuous, I asked a beautiful woman if she could help me. When she said yes, I... Well, needless to say, you must read my story to find out how it went. Let's just say it set off fireworks in both of us. When we were introduced by Roger Brinkman, her boss and best friend, I was pleasantly surprised. Sparks of anger flew from her angry gaze, nearly bur